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(509) Neuroscientist: Why Trumpists Will Never Abandon Trump - YouTube
Neuroscientist: Why Trumpists Will Never Abandon Trump
- cult of personality
- cognitive dissonance
- fear, "Denial of Death" Book / Martha Nussbaum book on fear
awareness of own mortality. Ease fear of death by world view through ideologies (that outlive the individual)
- thus strengthens your world view, ideology
- immigration attacks existence and place in history ("we will not erase us")
- Trump exaggerating threats, heightens fear, and existencial threat (and felt place in history) thus strengthens grip onto ideology and world view 'I will not erased.'
- Donald Trumps communication is more engaging.
- Conservatives are more hyper-vigilant (tuned in to threats)
Cult  of  Personality  cognitive  dissonance  Psychology  Brexit  Corbyn  Jeremy  AfD  PEGIDA  Sociology  fear  book  mortality  communication  evolution 
11 hours ago by asterisk2a
Emitter: Scalable Real-Time Communication Across Devices
Emitter is a real-time communication service for connecting online devices. The Publish-Subscribe messaging API is built for speed and security.
communication  realtime  service  golang  go  messaging  mqtt  iot  internetofthings  mobile 
17 hours ago by dlkinney
coworker is praying for me to have a baby, and more — Ask a Manager
I read a great reply to questions like “so when are you having (more) kids??” in Carolyn Hax.

“I have one friend who would look the other person right in the eye and say, in an extremely kind tone of voice, ‘You never know when you’re going to cause someone tremendous pain by asking that.'”
children  communication 
yesterday by UnchartedWorlds
the distinction between "transmission" and "ritual' views of communication
I am trying something new today. This thread will introduce you to an academic concept that scholars of media and communication have found useful: the distinction between "transmission" and "ritual' views of communication. Let's see if i can bring it alive for you. Ready? 1/
twitter  communication  thread  theory 
2 days ago by nullrend

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